Sunday, January 19, 2020

Answer 1: Joseph.

Answer 2: Daniel.

Answer 3: Ezekiel.

Answer 4: Moses.

Answer 1: He will give it to you.

Answer 2: You will be blessed in ways that you do not expect.

Answer 3: The angels will come to you.

Answer 4: You will need to be careful what you request.

Answer 1: Reuben.

Answer 2: Benjamin.

Answer 3: Dan.

Answer 4: Judah.

Answer 1: His brothers.

Answer 2: The Philistines.

Answer 3: Reuben and Dan.

Answer 4: His sister and her husband.

Answer 1: Twenty shekels.

Answer 2: Thirty pieces of silver.

Answer 3: Four goats.

Answer 4: Two drams of myrrh and ten silver pieces.

Answer 1: Midianites.

Answer 2: Ismaelites.

Answer 3: Egyptians.

Answer 4: Philistines.

Answer 1: He had been eaten by a wild animal.

Answer 2: He had been taken by Egyptian soldiers.

Answer 3: He had fallen down a pit.

Answer 4: He had run away.

Answer 1: The captain of the guard in Egypt, who bought Joseph.

Answer 2: A Philistine king who allowed Abraham to live among his people.

Answer 3: A high priest who ruled during the time of Jesus.

Answer 4: The general of the Babylonian army which sacked Jerusalem.

Answer 1: He became the household steward of a powerful Egyptian.

Answer 2: He became a soldier and rose to be a captain.

Answer 3: The daughter of the Pharoah fell in love with him.

Answer 4: He was so successful as the servant of a merchant that he became rich.

Answer 1: Neither, he considered them both filled with sin.

Answer 2: Jews, because they had been instructed in the law.

Answer 3: Gentiles, because they had not offended God, but were merely ignorant.

Answer 4: Neither, for all people were created with God and had souls ready to be filled iwth goodness.

Answer 1: The wife of Potiphar.

Answer 2: The sister of Pharoah.

Answer 3: The daughter of Midian.

Answer 4: Hanna, a handmaid to the wife of Jacob.

Answer 1: Attempting to sleep with her.

Answer 2: Raping her.

Answer 3: Stealing food from the grain house.

Answer 4: Seducing one of her maids.

Answer 1: He was put in charge of all the other prisoners.

Answer 2: He was chained to the wall for forty days.

Answer 3: He was whipped and thrown into a pit without water.

Answer 4: He was allowed to come and go, because the wife of Potiphar looked after him.

Answer 1: Envy.

Answer 2: Anger.

Answer 3: Pride.

Answer 4: Lust.

Answer 1: Revelation.

Answer 2: Psalms.

Answer 3: Genesis.

Answer 4: Ezekiel.

Answer 1: Twelve different fruits, one for each month.

Answer 2: Apples.

Answer 3: Shining fruit that heal the nations.

Answer 4: Golden pears that drip with the sweet water of life.

Answer 1: A cupbearer.

Answer 2: A captain of the guard.

Answer 3: A shepherd.

Answer 4: A butcher.

Answer 1: Three days.

Answer 2: Three kings.

Answer 3: Three sons.

Answer 4: Three years.

Answer 1: Genesis

Answer 2: Exodus.

Answer 3: Judges.

Answer 4: Revelation.

Answer 1: The cupbearer was elevated but the baker was hanged.

Answer 2: The baker was elevated but the cupbearer was hanged.

Answer 3: They were put to death.

Answer 4: They were given gold and restored to the household of the Pharaoh.

Answer 1: He had disturbing dreams and wanted Joseph to interpret them for him.

Answer 2: Joseph had been causing trouble with the Hebrew slaves.

Answer 3: He wanted to set up a trade route between Egypt and Mesopotamia.

Answer 4: He heard Joseph had a really cool coat and wanted to see it.

Answer 1: Cattle and ears of corn.

Answer 2: Cattle and crows.

Answer 3: Goats and crows.

Answer 4: Ears of corn and crows.

Answer 1: Famine.

Answer 2: Flood.

Answer 3: Conquest.

Answer 4: Plague.

Answer 1: Because the good and bad times were to last seven years.

Answer 2: Because the number 7 was sacred to the Egyptians.

Answer 3: Because there were seven people in the royal family of Egypt.

Answer 4: Because seven heroes were to lead the Egyptian army.

Answer 1: One fifth.

Answer 2: Four bushels per person.

Answer 3: Thirty storehouses.

Answer 4: One quarter of grain and one tenth of dried meat.

Answer 1: Jesus.

Answer 2: Eve.

Answer 3: Paul.

Answer 4: Naomi.

Answer 1: Asianth.

Answer 2: Potipherah.

Answer 3: Bilhah.

Answer 4: Hagar.

Answer 1: Joseph.

Answer 2: Moses.

Answer 3: Abraham.

Answer 4: David ben Gurion.

Answer 1: Joseph.

Answer 2: Moses.

Answer 3: Aaron.

Answer 4: Goliath.

Answer 1: Ephraim.

Answer 2: Memnet.

Answer 3: Potiphera.

Answer 4: Reuben.

Answer 1: Ten.

Answer 2: Three.

Answer 3: Two.

Answer 4: Seven.

Answer 1: Their brother Joseph.

Answer 2: Their cousin Benjamin.

Answer 3: Pharaoh Amonhoptep.

Answer 4: Queen Nefertiti.

Answer 1: Six.

Answer 2: Four.

Answer 3: Two.

Answer 4: Eight.

Answer 1: Cana.

Answer 2: Beersheba.

Answer 3: Nazareth.

Answer 4: Tabor,

Answer 1: Made them pay double the going rate for the grain.

Answer 2: Put them in jail.

Answer 3: Made them send for their youngest brother, Benjamin.

Answer 4: Accused them of being spies.

Answer 1: They went to Egypt to buy grain during a famine.

Answer 2: They were guests in the camp of a rich Philistine, where Joseph was a servant.

Answer 3: He was a captain in an Army that invaded their land.

Answer 4: Joseph became a rich merchant and came to their lands to trade.

Answer 1: Because he feared God.

Answer 2: Because it would have hurt his father, Jacob.

Answer 3: Because he still loved them.

Answer 4: Because they were the seed of Israel.

Answer 1: 1 John.

Answer 2: John.

Answer 3: Romans.

Answer 4: Galatians.

Answer 1: Caesaria.

Answer 2: Jerusalem.

Answer 3: Rome.

Answer 4: Antioch.

Answer 1: Their money they spent was still in their sacks.

Answer 2: They had twice as much grain as they paid for.

Answer 3: Joseph, their lost brother, had returned and was with their father.

Answer 4: Rachel had had a new son, Benjamin, while they were traveling.

Answer 1: Simeon.

Answer 2: Reuben.

Answer 3: Benjamin.

Answer 4: Gad.

Answer 1: Judah.

Answer 2: Simeon.

Answer 3: Reuben.

Answer 4: Dan.

Answer 1: Benjamin.

Answer 2: Reuben.

Answer 3: Judah.

Answer 4: Levi.

Answer 1: Benjamin.

Answer 2: Reuben.

Answer 3: Judah.

Answer 4: Simeon.

Answer 1: It is a matter of individual belief.

Answer 2: It is better to keep the Sabbath (on Saturday) because that is what the Ten Commandments say.

Answer 3: Sunday must be kept holy because it is the day Christ rose.

Answer 4: Either Saturday or Sunday is fine, as long as one day per week is set aside for worship.

Answer 1: Benjamin.

Answer 2: Reuben.

Answer 3: Judah.

Answer 4: Simeon.

Answer 1: The Egyptians considered it an abomination to eat with an outsider.

Answer 2: The Jews considered it an abomination to eat with a Gentile.

Answer 3: Joseph was a great lord and did not eat with commoners.

Answer 4: It was his house, and the Egyptian custom was for the lord to sit at his own table.

Answer 1: A silver cup.

Answer 2: Gold coins.

Answer 3: A figurine of the goddess Astarte.

Answer 4: A book.

Answer 1: Judah.

Answer 2: Reuben.

Answer 3: Simeon.

Answer 4: Jacob.

Answer 1: Sent all the Egyptians out of the room.

Answer 2: Had his brothers sit down on the floor.

Answer 3: Tore his garment and kneeled before them.

Answer 4: Pulled his sword from his girdle and stuck it into a post.

Answer 1: Five.

Answer 2: Seven.

Answer 3: Three.

Answer 4: Four.

Answer 1: Egypt.

Answer 2: Israel.

Answer 3: Lebanon.

Answer 4: Syria.

Answer 1: Confusion.

Answer 2: Pride.

Answer 3: Height.

Answer 4: Holiness.

Answer 1: Genesis.

Answer 2: Exodus.

Answer 3: Judges.

Answer 4: Numbers.

Answer 1: Sinai.

Answer 2: Arabian.

Answer 3: Jordanian.

Answer 4: Sahara.

Answer 1: God appearing to a human.

Answer 2: The study of God or gods.

Answer 3: The beliefs about God of a certain religion.

Answer 4: Praying to the Holy Spirit.

Answer 1: 70.

Answer 2: 13.

Answer 3: 144.

Answer 4: Over 1,000.

Answer 1: Joseph.

Answer 2: Moses.

Answer 3: Aaron.

Answer 4: Rick Steves.

Answer 1: Luke.

Answer 2: Matthew.

Answer 3: Genesis.

Answer 4: Proverbs.

Answer 1: Cain.

Answer 2: Isaac.

Answer 3: The brother of the Prodigal Son.

Answer 4: Peter.

Answer 1: Keeper of flocks.

Answer 2: Worker of the soil

Answer 3: Weaver of cloth.

Answer 4: Hunter of animals.

Answer 1: Revelation.

Answer 2: 2 John.

Answer 3: John.

Answer 4: Psalms.

Answer 1: A carpenter.

Answer 2: A soldier.

Answer 3: A queen.

Answer 4: A priest.

Answer 1: Judah.

Answer 2: Benjamin.

Answer 3: Joseph.

Answer 4: Israel.

Answer 1: 130 years.

Answer 2: 99 years.

Answer 3: 187 years.

Answer 4: 70 years.

Answer 1: Livestock.

Answer 2: Granaries.

Answer 3: Making bricks.

Answer 4: Building pyramids.

Answer 1: Joseph.

Answer 2: Jacob.

Answer 3: Moses.

Answer 4: Isaac.

Answer 1: One fifth of all their crops.

Answer 2: One day per week of labor for the Pharaoh.

Answer 3: Six silver coins in years of good harvest.

Answer 4: One-tenth of their income.

Answer 1: Sons of Joseph.

Answer 2: Sons of Jacob.

Answer 3: Sons of Noah.

Answer 4: Brothers of Rachel.

Answer 1: Philip.

Answer 2: Thomas.

Answer 3: Judas Iscariot.

Answer 4: Peter.

Answer 1: All of these.

Answer 2: The Gospel of John

Answer 3: The Gospel of Matthew

Answer 4: The Gospel of Luke.

Answer 1: Adopted the sons of Joseph as his own sons.

Answer 2: Disowned Dan.

Answer 3: Sent Benjamin to live in Mesopotamia.

Answer 4: Disowned Reuben.

Answer 1: Benjamin was born there.

Answer 2: Jospeh was born there.

Answer 3: Jacob built an altar there.

Answer 4: Jesus was born there.

Answer 1: No, because he thinks that all people are sinful.

Answer 2: No, because he thinks that Jews are hypocrites.

Answer 3: Yes, because Jews at least try to follow the will of God.

Answer 4: Yes, because Jews have a covenant with God.

Answer 1: He blessed the younger son, Ephraim, with his right hand.

Answer 2: He took the sons of Joseph as his own sons.

Answer 3: He refused to bless the sons of Joseph, because their mother was Egyptian.

Answer 4: He gave his blessing to Judah.

Answer 1: Reuben.

Answer 2: Joseph.

Answer 3: Levi.

Answer 4: Dan.

Answer 1: Given to violence.

Answer 2: Blessed by God.

Answer 3: Good shepherds.

Answer 4: Strong and faithful.

Answer 1: Teach us to number our days.

Answer 2: Make a joyful noise unto the Lord.

Answer 3: A prayer of one afflicted.

Answer 4: The Lord works justice for the oppressed.

Answer 1: A viper by the path.

Answer 2: A strong donkey.

Answer 3: A doe who has many offspring.

Answer 4: A lion roaring in the desert.

Answer 1: Reuben.

Answer 2: Joseph.

Answer 3: Judah.

Answer 4: Benjamin.

Answer 1: In the tomb of Abraham and Sarah.

Answer 2: In Bethlehem.

Answer 3: With his second wife, Rachel.

Answer 4: On a hill outside the walls of Jerusalem.

Answer 1: Instructions on his burial.

Answer 2: A blessing on Joseph.

Answer 3: A description of all his sons.

Answer 4: A command that the offspring of his sons should someday return to Canaan.

Answer 1: so that they may be one.

Answer 2: so that they might worship in different ways.

Answer 3: so that they might debate about theology.

Answer 4: so that they might put to death those who disagree with them.

Answer 1: Jacob.

Answer 2: Joshua.

Answer 3: Abraham.

Answer 4: David.

Answer 1: Jacob was mourned.

Answer 2: The three Hebrew children were interrogated.

Answer 3: Solomon first saw Sheba.

Answer 4: Isaiah predicted the coming of a Messiah.

Answer 1: Egyptians.

Answer 2: Phoenicians.

Answer 3: Babylonians.

Answer 4: Beatles.

Answer 1: It was part of Gods plan.

Answer 2: The Torah required Jews to forgive their brothers.

Answer 3: Christ taught that we must forgive our enemies.

Answer 4: They had immediately repented and had tried to find him and buy him back the next day.

Answer 1: John

Answer 2: Matthew.

Answer 3: Mark.

Answer 4: Luke.

Answer 1: His great-granchildren.

Answer 2: His grandchildren.

Answer 3: His great-great-granchildren.

Answer 4: His great-great-great-grandchildren.

Answer 1: So that Judaism could mature into an isolate, cohesive society.

Answer 2: So that the Hebrews would know the wrath of God.

Answer 3: To punish Judah for marrying a heathen woman.

Answer 4: As justice for his brothers selling Joseph into slavery.

Answer 1: Ruth.

Answer 2: Mary Magdelene.

Answer 3: Eve.

Answer 4: Carole King.

Answer 1: Silas.

Answer 2: Timothy.

Answer 3: Mark John.

Answer 4: Philomenus.

Answer 1: He and his family were baptized.

Answer 2: He ran away.

Answer 3: He was whipped.

Answer 4: He was killed in the rubble.

Answer 1: A rush of wind.

Answer 2: Angels singing.

Answer 3: Thunder.

Answer 4: A trembling like an earthquake.

Answer 1: Pentecost.

Answer 2: Annunciation.

Answer 3: Trinity Sunday.

Answer 4: Halloween.

Answer 1: is part of the Protestant Apocrypha.

Answer 2: comes next after Psalms in the Bible.

Answer 3: is considered heretical in the Catholic church.

Answer 4: was probably written by John the Evangelist.

Answer 1: James.

Answer 2: Paul.

Answer 3: Peter.

Answer 4: Jesus.

Answer 1: Moral filth.

Answer 2: More harmful to he who is angry, than the object of anger.

Answer 3: Something that must be conquered before one eats the holy supper.

Answer 4: The reaction of a beast.

Answer 1: James.

Answer 2: Philip.

Answer 3: Steven.

Answer 4: Matthew.

Answer 1: Deuteronomy.

Answer 2: Proverbs.

Answer 3: Psalms.

Answer 4: Matthew.